Property For Sale Saint Roman

PROPERTY FOR SALE IN SAINT ROMAN

If you are seeking a property for sale in Saint Roman, you will probably also view apartments in La Rousse, as the two areas are one official administrative district, known as a “ward”.

La Rousse-Saint Roman is located in the northeast of Monaco, behind the Larvotto district and part of Monte Carlo. It borders two charming French towns; Beausoleil, above it, and Roquebrune to the east. 

The most famous building offering property for sale in Saint Roman is the glass-clad Tour Odéon, which was inaugurated in 2015. At 170 metres, it is the tallest building in Monaco and offers unparalleled facilities, including a 1,800-metre spa and a high-tech business centre. A touch-screen in each luxurious apartment allows residents to book the exceptional array of services available to them. 

Among the many other well-known buildings with property for sale in Saint Roman are Parc Saint Roman-Les Terrasses, which stands in a park with an outdoor swimming pool, and the Monte Carlo Sun, which also has a swimming pool. The elevated location of Saint Roman means that real estate in this district offers superb sea views.

BUYING IN SAINT ROMAN

Property for sale in Saint Roman will enable future tenants to benefit from a calm residential district, where public elevators offer easy access the Larvotto beaches. At the foot of the Tour Odéon, situated in the highest neighbourhood of Saint Roman, the Odeon Café by Cipriani is open every day for those in search of sophisticated Italian cuisine and a relaxed atmosphere. The Monte Carlo Country Club and the Monte Carlo Country Club and both close to Saint Roman. The former has tennis courts, a putting green, spa facilities and organises social events, while the latter has a private beach, an Olympic-sized pool and a restaurant. 

2016 Census Fact

Monaco’s 2016 census was based on districts defined according to a Sovereign Ordinance of 2013. They were: Jardin Exotique, Fontvieille, Les Moneghetti, La Condamine, Monaco-Ville, Monte Carlo, Larvotto and La Rousse (including Saint Roman). According to the census, 19% of the population lives in La Rousse.